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(Huffington Post)   Sex is bad, birth control is bad, you're bad and you should feel bad   (huffingtonpost.com) divider line 85
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2013-04-15 04:36:57 PM  

Foundling: I'm a gay man with a vasectomy so I guess she has nightmares about me.


What was the vasectomy for?
 
2013-04-15 04:54:36 PM  
fine i won't have sex
lets play BACKGAMMON instead!!
 
2013-04-15 05:20:13 PM  
F*CK YOU!
 
2013-04-15 05:20:46 PM  
Having babies is bad and not having babies is bad

/the whole world is bad
//who's bad?
///Eeee heeee!
 
2013-04-15 05:20:48 PM  
hmmm, perhaps I should have phrased that differently.
 
2013-04-15 05:33:13 PM  

No Time To Explain: Having babies is bad and not having babies is bad

/the whole world is bad
//who's bad?
///Eeee heeee!


michael jackon's not bad
he only had SEX with 10 minors
 
2013-04-15 05:56:28 PM  
I farked a fat girl last night and I do feel bad.
 
2013-04-15 06:03:29 PM  

stevetherobot: Foundling: I'm a gay man with a vasectomy so I guess she has nightmares about me.

What was the vasectomy for?


Someone doesn't like pulp in their "orange juice"?
 
2013-04-15 06:05:03 PM  
Dumbest crapola I have ever heard........
 
2013-04-15 06:06:03 PM  

HKWolf: I thought safe sex in West Virginia was making sure your brother locked the door...

Seriously, this woman should be ashamed of herself....but i don't think she has any shame to being with. Such lies and falsehoods can really screw up a kid. Sex is ok, it's not dirty (but keep the wet wipes handy). Use birth control. Be extremely picky about partners.Don't scare and shame kids about sex.


Um, in "slut shaming", the sluts are supposed to be on the receiving end, not the giving.
 
2013-04-15 06:07:32 PM  
Generational Welfare is bad
 
2013-04-15 06:07:42 PM  

stevetherobot: Foundling: I'm a gay man with a vasectomy so I guess she has nightmares about me.

What was the vasectomy for?



He didn't want to give birth to a lawyer.
 
2013-04-15 06:08:24 PM  
It's deliberate misinformation like this that practically ensures students make uninformed decisions.

Why did a school pay her money to have her speak? For that matter, why did a school let her speak? She's not only wrong about so many things, but deliberately lying about several - if a school instructor did that, they would be fired. But, this "expert" was not only allowed to speak, but paid to speak, by the school.
 
2013-04-15 06:10:40 PM  
Mommy doesn't hate you because you're on the pill, but you are not going to be her very first favorite if you give birth at sixteen, and she has to deal with an infant in the house just when she thought she was one with all that shiat.
 
2013-04-15 07:13:02 PM  
I am morally superior.  I've been practicing abstinence for months now.  Ever since my wife left.....  I don't want to be morally superior anymore.
 
2013-04-15 07:20:46 PM  

FormlessOne: It's deliberate misinformation like this that practically ensures students make uninformed decisions.

Why did a school pay her money to have her speak? For that matter, why did a school let her speak? She's not only wrong about so many things, but deliberately lying about several - if a school instructor did that, they would be fired. But, this "expert" was not only allowed to speak, but paid to speak, by the school.


I'm wondering if a concerned parent could lawsuit up. It's what I'd do if I were a parent out there. For the children.

/I'm moving out of a red state really soon.
 
2013-04-15 07:25:51 PM  

Foundling: I'm a gay man with a vasectomy


Go on...
 
2013-04-15 07:35:57 PM  
Please........ She probably is banging everyone in her church.
People like this are normally just the opposite in real life.
 
2013-04-15 07:58:40 PM  
She sounds like some of my hyper Christian friends in high school (yeah, there's a reason why I didn't go to the reunion).  One of them tried to argue with me that even being alone with any boy would present "too much temptation to sin".  Touching, kissing, etc were obviously out of the question.  These were also the same girls who practically freebased cheesey romance novels with half naked men holding swords or riding horses on the covers.

Much like those girls, this woman probably just needs a good hard lay.  A dick in her mouth would do her and everyone who has to listen to her a world of good.
 
2013-04-15 08:00:15 PM  

cbathrob: "My job as an officer is to make sure you kids are safe, but, truth be told, I can't be everywhere at once. I don't care if you're wearing a short skirt, I don't care if you're wearing dungarees, I don't care if you smell bad, I don't care if you're fun to be around. But you can be rest assured that everyone of you, at some point is gonna be raped. "


Promises promises
 
2013-04-15 08:02:45 PM  

HKWolf: I thought safe sex in West Virginia was making sure your brother locked the door...

Seriously, this woman should be ashamed of herself....but i don't think she has any shame to being with. Such lies and falsehoods can really screw up a kid. Sex is ok, it's not dirty (but keep the wet wipes handy). Use birth control. Be extremely picky about partners.Don't scare and shame kids about sex.


Geuss what they say in west virginia after losing their virginity?

get off my back dad your crushing my smokes
 
2013-04-15 08:08:08 PM  
That's right, I am a bad bad girl, but only in the best possible way.  And I feel fine about it.
 
2013-04-15 08:13:50 PM  

DrunkenBob: The only right move is to train your sperm to chase it's own tail.


I always tell my lil guys, swim to the light!
 
2013-04-15 09:54:54 PM  

Bonanza Jellybean: I went to Catholic school. For our senior retreat, they had a speaker who showed us graphic photos of abortions and dead fetuses, then the girls and boys were split up. I really don't remember much about they boys' presentation, but female friends later told us that their presentation went like this:

They were showed a big tank of water, representing their virginity. Into the water, they poured ink or dirt or something. This was premarital sex sullying their virginity (which makes god very sad, naturally). Then they poured iodine or something into the tank, which cleaned it up a bit ("secondary" virginity, or a re-commitment to abstaining from premarital sex), but some of the muck remained -- you can never be totally clean ever again.


As the old saying goes, "Sex is filthy, so only share it with the one person you love most!"
 
2013-04-15 10:05:19 PM  

UNC_Samurai: Mrs. Samurai suffers from endometriosis/ovarian cysts.  Birth control is a necessary medication; otherwise the pain is completely debilitating.  For the first year of puberty, doctors were hesitant to prescribe birth control because "no one at 13 should be on the pill".  Thankfully the 3-month shots mean it's not a problem, but I guess that's still taking birth control so she's obviously a horrible person to this biatch.


I developed endo circa fall of 2010 (probably earlier but that's when the pain got annoying enough to get checked out). Six months of Lupron shots which nearly drove me over the edge and stopped working after three months, and I'd had enough. I said if the strongest thing you've got can't make much of a dent, I'm not farking around with your regular pills and whatnot. Take it out. So a total of ~10 months of that agony and misery, but I'm doing well now. Mrs. Samurai has my sincere sympathy.
 
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2013-04-15 10:30:54 PM  
"Sex is bad, birth control is bad, you're bad and you should feel bad"

So.......why does it always feel so good?
 
2013-04-16 02:51:53 AM  
/by the cold and religious/we were taken in hand/shown how to feel good/and to feel bad
 
2013-04-16 02:53:09 AM  
/by the cold and religious/we were taken in hand/shown how to feel good/and told to feel bad
 
2013-04-16 07:38:38 AM  

ladyfortuna: UNC_Samurai: Mrs. Samurai suffers from endometriosis/ovarian cysts.  Birth control is a necessary medication; otherwise the pain is completely debilitating.  For the first year of puberty, doctors were hesitant to prescribe birth control because "no one at 13 should be on the pill".  Thankfully the 3-month shots mean it's not a problem, but I guess that's still taking birth control so she's obviously a horrible person to this biatch.

I developed endo circa fall of 2010 (probably earlier but that's when the pain got annoying enough to get checked out). Six months of Lupron shots which nearly drove me over the edge and stopped working after three months, and I'd had enough. I said if the strongest thing you've got can't make much of a dent, I'm not farking around with your regular pills and whatnot. Take it out. So a total of ~10 months of that agony and misery, but I'm doing well now. Mrs. Samurai has my sincere sympathy.


She pestered her doctors all through her 20s about a hysterectomy, but none of them wanted to do it, "because you might want to have children, so we really don't want to discuss this as a viable option until you reach your 30s."  Her mother has a bad history of miscarriage; she had 3 children, but also miscarried (IIRC) 4 sets of twins.  When we had that talk, I accepted the fact that if we ever decided to have children, our only reasonable option would be surrogacy.  Bottom line is, the OB-GYN field feels like it's lagging behind the rest of medicine.
 
2013-04-16 09:44:24 AM  

Jon iz teh kewl: fine i won't have sex
lets play BACKGAMMON instead!!


paragraphfilms.files.wordpress.com

Well, Jim, since you are my guest and I am your host, what's your pleasure? What do you like to do?

Oh, I don't know. Play chess... screw...

Well, let's play chess!
 
2013-04-16 10:28:39 AM  
State condoned child abuse. Baseless rhetoric with no factual backing and many harmful effects on the children hearing it.

That being sad, I looked into her eyes and could tell she really wanted me to shiat in her mouth.
 
2013-04-16 10:34:06 AM  
Sheeple should feel baaaaad.
 
2013-04-16 02:17:33 PM  
Next up:

Childbirth is satanic.

But, ya know, we'd never be THAT lucky... :(
 
2013-04-16 03:12:22 PM  

UNC_Samurai: Mrs. Samurai suffers from endometriosis/ovarian cysts.  Birth control is a necessary medication; otherwise the pain is completely debilitating.  For the first year of puberty, doctors were hesitant to prescribe birth control because "no one at 13 should be on the pill".


Ordinarily, I can see how a doctor could be concerned about shooting someone full of artificial hormones that will do weird things to their body and a time when they are supposed to be shooting themselves full of natural hormones that will do weird things to their body.  But what was he afraid the birth control could do to her reproductive tract that endometriosis and ovarian cysts weren't already doing?
 
2013-04-16 11:13:22 PM  

UNC_Samurai: She pestered her doctors all through her 20s about a hysterectomy, but none of them wanted to do it, "because you might want to have children, so we really don't want to discuss this as a viable option until you reach your 30s." Her mother has a bad history of miscarriage; she had 3 children, but also miscarried (IIRC) 4 sets of twins. When we had that talk, I accepted the fact that if we ever decided to have children, our only reasonable option would be surrogacy. Bottom line is, the OB-GYN field feels like it's lagging behind the rest of medicine.


I was 'lucky' enough that I was already 30, and it still took repeating the same reasons to my doctor four times. Look dude, my dad was adopted so I'd rather adopt if I change my mind, plus BOTH parents had breast cancer, and dad has diabetes and heart issues, and I have ADHD. I really don't think I need to pass these filthy genes on.

pciszek: Ordinarily, I can see how a doctor could be concerned about shooting someone full of artificial hormones that will do weird things to their body and a time when they are supposed to be shooting themselves full of natural hormones that will do weird things to their body. But what was he afraid the birth control could do to her reproductive tract that endometriosis and ovarian cysts weren't already doing?


Sheesh, Friend of mine went on the pill at ~14 because she badly needed her cycle to be regulated, and no one in the medical field batted an eye as far as I know. Sounds like a load of crap to me.
 
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